Learn areas of comfort cooling including basic air conditioning and heating theory; heating fundamentals and appliances; requirements and controls; circuits, thermostats; schematics, and communications. Includes hands-on instruction in brazing copper piping and fittings. Designed as the first of a two-course program.
Focus is on gas and electric heating; cooling fundamentals, components, and installation; heat pumps; general service; Environmental Protection Agency certification, troubleshooting and job search techniques.
Focus is on the latest adopted Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC), which is the model plumbing code adopted by the State of California, and published by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO). Basic math as it relates to the plumbing trade is also part of this program.
7 HOURS PER WEEK
Advanced training including the layout, design, and size of piping systems; specialized systems; public relations; tests, coding, and inspections (including solar); plumbing math, and safety requirements. Use saws, rigid chain cutters, thread-o-matics, triangles, T-squares and scales.
Basic Upholstery Skills
250 HOURS EACH
25 HOURS PER WEEK
Training and hands-on experience for entry-level employment in the automotive, furniture, and related upholstery industries. Competency standards approved by the industry advisory board.
Provides basic instruction in the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process on steel plates and shapes. Topics include orientation, safety, measuring tools, material types, metal cutting and preparation, and SMAW procedures and practices. Workplace skills including math, communications, and business ethics are integrated into the curriculum. Students successfully completing this course will be prepare for entry-level positions.
An introduction to GMAW and FCAW-G and FCAW-S processes used in the welding industry today. Gain practical experience necessary to safely perform GMAW and FCAW on projects using ferrous materials. Students also gain workplace skills such as math, communications, and business ethics.
Techniques and practices are introduced to assist students in welding a variety of materials (ferrous and non-ferrous) including sheet, shapes, and tube stock projects and repairs. Students also gain workplace skills such as math, communications, and business ethics.
Introduces the principles and practices of the shielded metal arc welding process used in the pipe welding industry today. Learn practical experience welding steel pipes and steel plates to American Welding Society acceptable standards. Students also gain workplace skills such as math, communications, and business ethics.
An introduction to the principles and practices of the metal fabrication industry. You will learn practical experience necessary to safely perform metal fabrication projects utilizing a variety of shop power tools, hand power tools, and hand tools required for ferrous and non-ferrous. Plus, you’ll also gain valuable knowledge in basic workplace skills including math, communications, and business ethics.
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